Andrew Yang going for the cheap laughs at Bing’s expense:
During the Fourth Democratic Presidential Primary Debate, Yang answered a question about the proper level of oversight for tech companies, including Facebook and Twitter, which Warren had proposed “breaking up.”
“We also have to be realistic that competition doesn’t solve all the problems. It’s not like any of us wants to use the fourth best navigation app, that would be like cruel and unusual punishment. There’s a reason no one is using Bing today. Sorry, Microsoft, it’s true,” he followed up.